Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Gran Sonata No.1, Maestoso ( Gilberto Dusman, Guitarra) -

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Wenzeslaus Matiegka (1773-1830) is perhaps one of the most underrated composers for the guitar: his compositions largely unknown by the majority of guitarists, let alone classical music listeners. He was born in what was then Bohemia and established himself in Vienna in 1800, writing chamber, orchestral and sacred music in addition to guitar music. Matiegka is most famous for his Notturno, Op. 21 which interestingly was for many years attributed to Schubert. The Grande Sonate N° 1 in D, published in 1808, is one of his finest works, and is gaining the reputation of being one of the best and most ambitious works for guitar from the Classical era. The first movement, marked 'Maiestoso' in the score, is in classical sonata form and uses a wide range of textures, dynamics and articulations to develop the many musical ideas it contains. The second movement, Andante Molto, is an aria with moments of great intensity. The light hearted mood of the third movement, Rondo Capriccioso, belies a richness and complexity of musical ideas and devices, among which a virtuosic cadenza section and a section in canon and strict counterpoint that sounds very much like a homage to...

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